Duane 'Dog' Chapman’s marriage proposal rejected by Moon Angell

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Last updated: 04 February 2020, 05:09 GMT

To end all speculation about any upcoming nuptials or engagement plans, Moon Angell rejected Duane "Dog" Chapman’s marriage proposal.

The preview clip of the proposal, at 'The Dr Oz Show' aired February 3, became viral as Angell replied that Chapman and she are only friends. 

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It can be seen that Chapman popped the question on the show, Angell looked shocked and replied immediately:

"We're friends Duane. I love you as a friend." 

To which, Chapman emphasized, "that's it." 

Angell elaborated by saying,

"I can't marry you" and said that "right at this very moment," she didn't see him as a romantic prospect. 

Rumors about Chapman and Angell have been sparking since the death of Chapman's wife Beth Chapman, on June 26, 2019, of complications from cancer. 

According to Chapman, Angell had been helping him overcome suicidal thoughts after his wife's death.

"Well, I couldn’t stop crying," he said. 

"I’m Apache, I wasn’t going to commit suicide with a gun or something. I was going to take a lot of pills because she left — Beth left all her big pills there."

Dr Mehmet Oz, clarified to Chapman,

"You were going to commit suicide?” 

to which Chapman, visibly emotional, said,

"Oh, yeah,” and confirmed that he had Angell to thank for changing his mind.

Angell also spoke about how they had been emotionally "intimate". 

"It has to be intimate because there are a lot of powerful things going on with Dog," she replied. 

"Beth was my best friend. Duane is my best friend. I am not crossing that line."

They also cleared up the delusions behind Angell moving her clothes into the closet of his late wife Beth. 

"Here's what happened," Angell said. "When I got into the house, he would walk by the closet and bawl, and walk by the closet and bawl, and shut the door and then open the door. Then he would go in, I think this is pretty intimate, but he would smell Beth and he would go in there and sit down and cry and cry and cry."

At this point, she asked Chapman to "take Beth's things out of the closet". 

"It wasn't a negative thing. It was because he just couldn't do it anymore," she explained. 

While Chapman said he felt "relieved" after Beth's clothes were removed, he then started experiencing other emotions.

"I walked by and it was empty, and I'm like, 'Oh, God,'" he recalled. "I said 'Moon, put some of your stuff in there.' She said, 'No.' I said, 'Moon, it's an order.'"


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